purplish-brown


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of brown tinged with purple

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It is hard to see what brought together this mixed bag of amorphous forms and tight grids: a monumental diptych with layers of blue, largely covered by two puddles of black; a huge, predominantly flesh-toned piece; two medium-size vibrant red grounds with magnified halftone dots; an unsteady De Stijl composition; a dozen small black and lavender paintings; a purplish-brown floor piece in eight tiles, bearing elongated squiggly imprints that partially reveal their white ceramic support.
The purplish-brown powder, said to resemble pumpernickel, comes in Chardonnay, Cabernet, ice wine and a blended flavor, and can be used in recipes, as a sauce thickener and as a source of fiber and protein in health shakes.
Each purplish-brown eye is made of about 6,000 tiny eyelets.
Purplish-brown flowers appear in June and last through September, with berries maturing over the summer months.
According to Neil Jackson, in his entertaining study of the genre in The Modern Steel House, it took seven years for Winter's little building to slowly acquire the coveted purplish-brown patina of worn-out boiler plating.
Overall coloration lemon yellow with dusky purplish-brown markings on anterior edge of propeltidium and ocular area (Fig.
Either of these will look striking fringed with a purplish-brown ophiopogon grass.
These purplish-brown pods persist until mid-January when they finally drop.
The skin is a rather ugly purplish-brown when ripe, and the fruit is found in clusters of four or so on small woodland trees.
One taste is enough to teach birds to avoid this purplish-brown caterpillar with the brown saddle smack in the center of its bright green back.
The okapi uses its tongue to grab leaves and to lick its purplish-brown fur clean.
The kidneys, a pair of purplish-brown organs, are located below the ribs toward the middle of the back.